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Fitness is an important part of any weight loss plan or healthy lifestyle, but in order to get fit (without getting bored!) you need the right tools. Check out our fitness blogs - written by certified fitness experts, personal trainers, yoga/Pilates instructors and medical professionals - for fitness tips and workouts.

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Tracey Mallett
Tracey Mallett is an internationally recognized expert in the fitness industry and a popular figure among top ...

Wendy Chant
Wendy's credentials surpass the rigorous standards required in the demanding field of nutrition sciences. She's a ...

jbptraining
Jessica currently trains clients and teaches group exercise classes to all abilities in the Boston area. She ...

CaitlinReidYoga
Caitlin Reid has been practicing yoga since 2004 and is a lifelong dancer. She began practicing in the Anusara ...

Kate Lindberg
Kate discovered yoga as a college graduate, and was immediately charmed. The practice brought serenity as well as ...

1FitFoodie
Naomi Rotstein, ACSM CPT, HKC holds her BS in Exercise Science and minor in Nutrition from Ithaca College. She has been a Master Trainer ...

Recent Fitness Blogs
Dance Your Way To A Healthier You!
Posted @ 7:00am ET on December 13, 2010
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and is essential for maintaining or losing weight. However, most of us have a difficult time adopting a regular exercise program. Even those of us that start a regular exercise program with the best of ...
The ABC's of Reaching Your Goals!
Posted @ 7:00am ET on December 13, 2010
Blog: Ajay Rochester has Been There Done Fat ™
By Ajay Rochester
Here’s something quick and fun that can help you refocus and give you a slightly new direction for the week. Every car needs a grease and oil change every few thousand kilometres and so do you. List the A-Z of what you can and are going to do to get to ...
The Shake Weight... Come On, Really?
Posted @ 6:30am ET on December 13, 2010
Blog: Trainer Pete's Blog
By Trainer Pete
As we are heading into the New Year it's a time when lots of people will start to make resolutions and really kick their fitness routine up a notch. It's also a time of year when there are a ton of infomercials selling fitness gadgets making outrageous ...
Don't Shame and Blame - Just Lift Your Game!
Posted @ 11:00pm ET on December 11, 2010
Blog: Ajay Rochester has Been There Done Fat ™
By Ajay Rochester
What I did right! Monday is weigh-in day and I have to admit to feeling a little reluctant - I hate the scales anyway but for the purposes of hands on research I have succumbed to the ritual torture. I had a pretty rough week and found myself face first ...
New Exercise Video: Rock and Roll Abs on the Ball!
Posted @ 4:23pm ET on December 9, 2010
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
I can’t wait to show you this brand new abs exercise I have for you today! And like most of the exercises I create you need very little (if any) equipment to complete them. Personally, I feel if you need fancy equipment to get through a workout then ...
The Best Exercise Music This Month
Posted @ 4:00pm ET on December 6, 2010
Blog: Run Hundred: Workout Music & Running Songs
By Chris Lawhorn
The winter is typically brings with it a slowing down in most folks' exercise schedules. It's too cold to run outside, everyone's busy with the holidays, and there are lots of year-end errands to do. Nevertheless, there are folks who are working out. ...
No secrets to weight loss? Well, maybe one or two.
Posted @ 6:00pm ET on December 2, 2010
Blog: Ajay Rochester has Been There Done Fat ™
By Ajay Rochester
“Start boldly”. I am sure I wrote that somewhere recently and I am pretty sure I meant for it to inspire people to start their diets or healthy living regimes now rather than wait for the new year. And with those words in mind I am doing just that. I ...
Workout Playlist: 125 BPM
Posted @ 7:30am ET on November 29, 2010
Blog: Run Hundred: Workout Music & Running Songs
By Chris Lawhorn
I'm not sure why there are so many tracks that clock in at 125 beats per minute. It's a nice, round number. And, a lot of music in this range is dance and pop--which is likelier to use a drum machine or loops than a live drummer. So, perhaps people ...
Don’t try to crack a walnut with your teeth
Posted @ 8:00pm ET on November 27, 2010
Blog: Ajay Rochester has Been There Done Fat ™
By Ajay Rochester
When we were babies we learnt to crawl first. Then we conquered walking by taking small steps and falling down many times. Learning to run was always followed by many scraped knees and band aids on whatever body part hit the ground first. We cried, got over ...
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